We checked it out. The wine event was held at the Arctic Encounter. Unfortunately the polar bear only came out once, to take a poop in the water, then he went back to sleep. There was definitely a ton of wine. For the $40 ticket, there was no limit to how much you could taste. I think there were 6 sparkling wines, 3 pinot noirs, 4+ chardonnays, a set up of blind taste testing of about 6 wines that we didn't try and a champagne fountain (using a relatively cheap one, Yellow Tail) We thought the wine quality was great with a huge variety. Definitely worth the money. The food was good. There were little BBQ pork sliders, stuffed mushrooms, etc. and great desserts. Definitely filled us up in lieu of having dinner. One of the drawbacks was that it was only 2 hrs in length and they stopped pouring precisely at 9. (We made the mistake of not getting there until 7:30 - won't do that again). Another thing we didn't like was that it seemed much too crowded. Way too many people for the space. For most of the night we had to stand in a cramped little circle and elbow through the crowd when we wanted to try a different wine. All in all, it was a good event and we will likely go back! Next time we'll show up precisely at 7 pm in order to get a table and have time to try everything.